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Comment Lots of unpatched systems (Score 1) 92

Peng noted that, during its hey days, Red Flag had enjoyed high adoption among government agencies, state-owned organizations, and schools.

Lots and lots of unpatched servers waiting to be exploited from now on (unless they migrate to a supported platform).

Comment Re:Not much longer? (Score 1) 187

While I totally agree, I was trying to be more pragmatic. I couldn't care less if a video I try to watch won't play in the HTML5 version (I will simply not watch it).. and I sincerely hope Zynga burns in hell. But all the other average users out there will keep depending on Flash while those companies don't offer HTML5 versions.

Geez, have to explain everything here :)

Submission + - CentOS Linux Version 6.5 Released

An anonymous reader writes: CentOS is an Enterprise-class Linux Distribution derived from sources freely provided to the public by Upstream OS Provider has released CentOS Linux v6.5. This includes an aggregation of individual enhancement, security and bug fix errata including ECDSA, ECDHE support in OpenSSL which allows for Perfect Forward Secrecy with much lower computational requirements. The official announcement is here and more technical info from upstream provider is here. You can upgrade to CentOS 6.5 final from CentOS 6.4/6.3/6.2/6.1/6.0 by following this quick tutorial.

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